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- 2006 BMW 330Ci Coupe
You guys in Jersey must be made of money..if you are lazy, just put in an elevator from the garage level to the main level.
That's the whole point.. everything on one floor.. Laundry, garage, master bedroom.. I'm trying to completely eliminate any exertion from my life... :pshould have jacked that baby up and made the entire lower level a garage.
Lease rates suck on those.. ;-)Porsche Cayenne Turbo V-8?
You really should use two buckets if you care about your paint. Use one for the suds and another to rinse off the wash mitt before dipping it in the suds bucket. You will be amazed how much dirt and grit is in the rinse bucket when you are finished - grit that you would probably have dragged across your paint. There is also a "grit guard" you can buy that sits in the bottom of the rinse bucket that sits up a few inches from the bottom of the bucket so the mitt doesn't go into the muck when rinsing.
Of course, it goes without saying (but I will anyway) don't use dish soap.
I'm on the one bucket plan, but I rinse off the mitt with the nozzle every now and then. I also don't clean the bottom part of the car (dirtiest) until I'm done with everything else, then hit the wheels/tires. I use Dawn to wash the car before applying Zaino sealant, per their instructions. Any other time, I generally use Zaino's wash.
I use Rainbow Car Wash... it's at the corner of Madison Road and the Red Bank Expwy.
I decided to buy a Porsche Cayman GTS. Thanks for the feedback.
I approve of this.. ;)